Storm Warning by Billy GrahamRevised and updated with forward written by Franklin Graham, Storm Warning by Billy Graham speaks to the growing anxiety among many Christians and unbelievers alike by contrasting Biblical accounts of ‘Storms’ to our current culture.
One thing I can truly say about the Graham family is this – each member whether it be Ruth, Anne, Franklin, or Billy – you do not leave an encounter with any of them without hearing the salvation message.
I cannot think of another leader and his family that is so focused on the Gospel than the Graham family, though I certainly wish it were otherwise. We could use a few more strong Christians like the Grahams.
Storm Warning centers on the book of Revelation with relevant, current examples. Many find the book of Revelation to be confusing. Graham certainly dispels that idea. He writes in a straightforward, honest and genuine manner that anyone could understand.
What I found most interesting were the chapters focusing on the Four Horsemen. My husband and I have had many discussions on this topic and reading Grahams words on the subject warmed my heart in some ways, while filling me with sadness for those who refuse the free gift of Salvation on the other.
All in all this book is a must for any Church library. I recommend it highly especially for a new believer with desires to hear a clear message from the book of Revelation for the times we live in.
I often find myself laughing at those that consider Billy Graham simplistic. Somehow I know Billy Graham would consider that accusation a compliment.
The Gospel, the Good News to men, is absolutely, beautifully simple – so simple you have to morph its message to make it appear anything but simple.
Get this one for your home library. Read about what the Scripture says about the days we live in and be thankful to the God of all comfort.
The review copy of this book was provided free of charge by Thomas Nelson Publishing and was donated to the library of Westwood Baptist Church.
BILLY GRAHAM'S LAST WARNING TO AMERICA AND THE WORLD (MUST WATCH) - IS GOD'S WRITING ON YOUR WALL ?
Billy Graham's Final Warning to America
Here is a report from World Net Daily:. On his 95th birthday Nov. He lives in a world dangerously torn by hate and violence and conflict, and yet he feels powerless to do anything about them. He also knows his own heart is driven by destructive passions and motives he cannot seem to control or change. The narrow road means that you forsake sin and you obey God, that you live up to the Ten Commandments and that you live up to the Sermon on the Mount desiring to please God in everything. That is the reason for my hope, that there can be changed hearts and a changed society as we yield ourselves to Christ.
But the nation's most famous evangelist attended a birthday celebration Thursday night that featured hundreds of well-wishers and what is being characterized as his final sermon. In a video that was recorded over the past year, Graham delivered his familiar message about the saving power of Jesus Christ and expressed concern about the nation's direction. Graham, white-haired and heavier-set now than he once was, was brought into the ballroom in a wheelchair.
At age 98 and retired from the pulpit, Graham has dedicated his closing days to saving America by turning souls to Christ, who died on the cross for their sins. Trump vs. Obama: Who is Better? Vote Here Now. The evangelist has been a spiritual guide to millions, including presidents, both Republican and Democrat, since Harry Truman. Still, he is concerned about possible end times.
The Rev. Billy Graham has issued a written warning to America's churches: "Prepare for persecution. The renowned preacher and founder of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association penned a commentary that was posted on his website last week and is slated to appear in the November edition of Decision magazine. In the magazine, Graham notes that the American church has been largely unfamiliar with persecution, writing that this "immunity to persecution that Christians in our country have experienced in the past two or three centuries is unusual. We do not know what sacrifice is. We do not know what suffering is. Suppose persecution were to come to the church in America, as it has come in other countries," wrote Graham.